CRCDS will now offer two courses remotely during the 2013/2014 Academic Year. One course shall be taught each term at First Shiloh Baptist Church in downtown Buffalo on Wednesday evenings from 6:00pm to 9:00pm with a mid-point break for prayer and reflection.
- Place: First Shiloh Baptist Church
- Where: Buffalo, New York
- When: Wednesdays, 6:00-9:00 pm during the 2013 / 2014 Academic Year
In the Fall term our President and Professor of Church Leadership Dr. Marvin A. McMickle will teach “Preaching On Contemporary Questions: From Social Issues to Public Policy.”
In the Spring term past President and Robert K. Davies, Professor of Systematic Theology Dr. James Evans will teach “Thurman, King and the life Of the Spirit.”
Contact Melissa Morral, Vice President for Enrollment Services, at 585-340-9633 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll.
Jim, Jim, Jim,
I don’t know where to start. The whole day was fabulous from beginning to end. The guests were “blown away” by the food. It was far beyond our expectations. Not a single facet of the day could have been improved upon. Jim and I and our family had such a great time.
Your staff was so nice. The way they took care of my 93 year old mother was really appreciated and noted by the whole family. Suzanne and Bobbi were incredibly thoughtful and sweet.
When I first walked into the dining room it took my breath away. I never imagined that it would look that lovely and the food would taste that good. Everyone attending said it was the best tasting food they had ever had at a wedding.
Mission Accomplished! You’re the best!
Ginger and Jim Dunn
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St. Stephen’s UMC is located in the front yard of the Nation’s Capital. We serve in richly diverse Fairfax County, VA, where our bright and talented youth attend four of the top 100 high schools in the country. Growing in the Holy Spirit through the five practices of Passionate Worship, Extravagant Generosity, Radical Hospitality, Intentional Faith Development, and Risk Taking Service and Mission, St. Stephen’s is living its Vision to Receive Christ as the Key to life,Reflect Christ as the catalyst for community and Relay Christ as the call for a new generation. St. Stephen’s is moving forward to reclaim the next generation for the Kingdom of God by investing its resources in developing a long term structure in our Youth Ministry. We are looking for a Director of Youth Ministry who will take our program to the next level by leading a robust volunteer staff in executing a dynamic and effective program that makes a difference in the lives of our Youth and their families.